The Hebridean Way passes through some of the most spectacular landscape in the UK. It is dual aspect, with a 156 mile long distance walking route and separate 185 mile long distance cycle network route (NCN 780)
Lady Ann Boat Trips The wildlife and sightseeing boat trips last for about 2 hours and include exploring some of the rugged and hidden bay on the east coast of the Uists.
Askernish Golf Club is situated on the beautiful island of South Uist in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. Askernish is a fine challenge for any grade of golfer. First laid out by Old Tom Morris in 1891. It has recently been restored to its original position under the guidance of Gordon Irvine (Master Greensman) and Martin Ebert (Architect)
Loch Druidibeg Reserve is an area of striking contrasts. The colourful flowery machair grassland on the Atlantic coast gradually gives way to the moorland. Quiet lochans provide a haven for the distinctive plants and birds South Uist.
South Uist Fishing Come and join us in the stunning Uists for some of the finest wild game trout and salmon fishing in Europe. A lace-work of lochs is surrounded by unrivalled machair on the west coast, with miles of brilliant silver sand beaches, leading to wildflower-filled corn fields and isolated glens and hills in the east.
Island Walks – The beauty of a walking holiday in the Hebrides is the variety of walks available right there on your doorstep. In one of the last true wilderness areas left in the UK today. Relish the spectular scenery South Uist has to offer in perfect peace and transquility. The nature of the terrain in the Hebrides makes it a very popular cycling destination.
Based in South Uist throughout the year we can provide trips that specialise in birds, otters, flowers or a general wildlife tour looking at the rich and diverse nature in the islands. Visit our website for up to date information on any interesting sightings for the whole of the Outer Hebrides.
Maybe it’s the sense of romance as you walk along the many white sand beaches or paddle by the edge of a turquoise ocean.